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Holding Together a Community’s Needs

  • A desire for meeting a community’s needs, “Holding Pattern” a community based design that won this years P.S.1 Young Architects Program, has now been completed. This conducive project was designed by Interboro Partners‘ Tobias Armborst, Daniel D’Oca and Georgeen Theodore. The effort to accomplish a purpose of filling the programs requirements and the needs of the community has been fulfilled as flood lights, ping pong tables, and benches will be recycled and donated to more than 50 affiliations within the Long Island Neighborhood.

  • A good cause goes a long way as MoMA’s P.S.1 courtyard space is filled up with ping pong tables, fooseball tables, sandboxes and recycled plywood for visitors to enjoy. Music also has a place in this favorable space as the Warm Up 2011 concert series will be held here from July 2nd through September 3rd.

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